NUR 590-Discussion: Clinical and administrative data systems

NUR 590-Discussion: Clinical and administrative data systems

NUR 590-Discussion: Clinical and administrative data systems

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Include an explanation of both clinical and administrative data systems in addition to how those systems support activities like patient and payer billing, patient scheduling, clinical orders and results, and other key interoperable activities.

Include an explanation of how individual and aggregated patient data is exchanged across systems within the organization as well as to payers and government reporting bodies.

The readings

Evers, T. (2019). Clinical documentation improvement and data analytics combine to improve patient safety. Journal of AHIMA, 90(7), 40-41.

Fisher, J. M., & McKendry, K. H. (2019). Health care data privacy trends. Journal of Health Care Compliance, 21(2), 41-44.

Glaser, J., (2016). Chapter 18: Advanced interoperability: Beyond the exchange of data. Health Care IT, 89-91.

Keller, M. E., Kelling, S. E., Cornelius, D. C., Oni, H. A., & Bright, D. R. (2015). Enhancing practice efficiency and patient care by sharing electronic health records. Perspectives in Health Information Management, 1-8.

Wass, S., Vimarlund, V., & Ros, A. (2019). Exploring patients’ perceptions of accessing electronic health records: Innovation in healthcare. Health Informatics Journal, 25(1), 203-215.

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